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Dream No Small Dreams encourages self-belief, individuality and creative expression through a series of dynamic, confident and cheerful artworks. A joyous tribute, this installation celebrates one of London’s most significant cultural & historical landmarks, Oxo Tower Wharf.
South Bank's Creative Community
The aim for the project was to design a set of positive and welcoming artworks that will appeal to the South Bank's creative community of makers, shoppers and visitors. The brief, to create 5 decorative art panels for installation on the Bargehouse and entry to the courtyard at OXO Tower Wharf.
The panels will compliment a proposed social platform with seating, planters and lush greenery. The chosen colourful and vibrant scheme hopes to promote the venue as one of London’s most desirable places for people to meet, relax and enjoy themselves - all whilst taking in the iconic architecture that graces the Thames’s shoreline.
Elements within the artworks are familiar to the Tower itself, with each striking motif directly linked to the buildings physical form, its decorative details and impressive structure. Featuring an energetic up-scaled Deco pattern and architecturally inspired borders, these contemporary designs echo the creativity, energy and industry that the OXO Tower and Bargehouse represent.
This permanent installation can be found at Oxo Tower Wharf, Barge House St, London SE1 9PH and is free to visit.
The project is commissioned by Coin Street Community Builders.
Creative communities and local organisations working together throughout lockdown to help stop the spread of Covid-19.
A public art project by Coin Street Community Builders sees them supporting local artists and sharing positive messages via their digital billboard. Located at the foot of Waterloo Bridge the poster is displayed in one of the most prominent places along the Southbank, visible by cars, buses and visitors to the Southbank. I was honoured to be asked to join the project and create a unique artwork for the billboard.
The design is inspired by the graphic O’s and X of the iconic OXO Tower windows. I wanted to convey the message of social distancing within the artwork by showing the temporary physical separation needed to help improve the current state of our country’s health. We can only achieve this by working together.
St Mary’s RC Primary School in Chiswick was audited by the Mayor’s Office among the 50 most polluted schools in London. In 2018 a group of parents set out to change all that and turn it into one of the greenest.
The largely crowd-funded campaign raised over £75,000, with another £32,000 from the Mayor of London. The campaign included the installation of a 400m living Green Wall and 16m air-purifying mural for a blank wall within the children's playground.
The project was executed by Arup UKIMEA whose experts provided landscape architecture and ecology advice for the new green wall in conjunction with ANS Group Global, a leading provider of living walls, moss art and green roofs. The 400ft living wall was planted with 12,000 plants, acting as a green barrier to the pollution from the busy A4 that runs alongside the playground.
With a positive focus on nature, Gina produced a large scale tropical design that included a number of butterflies, flowers and plants that was painted by the children and local community.
Sponsored by Airlite UK, the 35m2 wall is said to clean the air as effectively as 35 large trees and now forms the backdrop to the school's educational Edible Garden.
Celebrated with a day of festivities and fundraising, the newly installed Living Wall at Chiswick Oasis was unveiled by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan with support from local MP’s Ron Mushiso and Ruth Cadbury, Councillor Steve Curran and Mayor of Hounslow Tony Louki.